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LARGO — The skies over Largo Central Park will be silent on the night of the Fourth of July after city leaders agreed on June 2 to cancel the city’s annual fireworks display.

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Immediately after Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on May 15 that gyms could reopen, the owners of CrossFit TFB sent out a survey to its members asking if they were mentally prepared to return. The answer was an overwhelming yes, and the routine of daily workouts has quickly resumed at the downtown Largo gym.

LARGO — On April 29, Gov. Ron DeSantis unveiled his recovery plan that loosened restrictions that had been in place for the previous month. Many decisions on events and facilities, such as parks, pools and recreation centers, have been left up to local governments.

LARGO — The Largo Golf Course, 12500 Vonn Road, will reopen for play Monday, May 4. As golfers return, precautions will be taken based on the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and incorporate social distancing.

LARGO — City leaders voted April 21 to officially establish a program that would provide $1,000 grants to restaurants, bars and other small businesses deemed nonessential that have been dealt a financial blow by the coronavirus pandemic.

LARGO — When Gov. Ron DeSantis forced bars and restaurants to close their dining rooms last month, Largo businesses came to the city for help. When another order from the state and Pinellas County later forced all nonessential businesses to close their doors to halt the spread of the coronav…

LARGO — City of Largo leaders will hold a virtual community conversation Wednesday, April 15, from 4 to 5 p.m., to provide residents with a situational update on the coronavirus pandemic and answer questions.

Billions of dollars of federal aid is on the way to small businesses across the country. Getting it into the hands of their owners will take precious time, though. Until it arrives, some city leaders in Pinellas County have no intention of sitting idly by while the lifeblood of their communities — small businesses and their employees — suffer. Here’s a look at how some communities are getting involved.

As church leaders throughout the country have been scrambling to find new ways to connect to their congregation, as well as draw new members, many have embraced the challenge of switching to hosting online services.

CLEARWATER — Under a perfect blue sky, Clearwater Beach was empty, parking spaces were abundant and the only sound was the “wham-ring” of a pile driver pounding steel pilings for a hotel under construction. The restaurants were largely closed, with chairs and tables chained together, umbrell…

LARGO — How far should city officials go to enforce Largo’s recently enacted ordinance that bans the use of single-use plastics from being served at special events in city facilities and functions?

LARGO — The City Commission has selected its nine-member Charter Review Committee for 2020 that will be charged with examining and recommending changes to the city charter as it sees fit.

LARGO — On a crisp and cool afternoon Jan. 25, dozens of visitors — including the four-legged kind — enjoyed the amenities of Eagle Lake Park, which opened nearly 10 years go.

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